ESET research shows yet again that macOS is not immune to malware – and why some users can benefit from Apple’s Lockdown Mode
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Listen to Cameron Camp, Juraj Jánošík, and Filip Mazán discuss the use of machine learning in cybersecurity, followed by Cameron’s insights into the security of medical devices
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Despite a lack of women in technology professions, Lizzie Noblecilla Piscoya believes that women have a promising future in cybersecurity. Lizzie believes that women, by their very nature, have an enormous capacity to adapt and to face new challenges, making them a perfect fit for a dynamic industry that is constantly evolving. In this edition of our blog, Lizzie describes the path that led to her own success, and how other women can develop a passion for this industry as she did.
Previously unknown macOS malware uses cloud storage as its C&C channel and to exfiltrate documents, keystrokes, and screen captures from compromised Macs
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A primary goal for PCI DSS v4.0 is to increase flexibility for organizations using different methods to achieve security objectives. One way the standard does this is with the introduction of the Customized Approach. We talk with Lauren Holloway, Director of Data Security Standards, to address some common questions about the Customized Approach.
Why downloading pirated video games may ultimately cost you dearly and how to stay safe while gaming online
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The number of ransomware attacks on US healthcare organizations increased 94% from 2021 to 2022, according to one report
Last week, the US government warned that hospitals across the US have been targeted by an aggressive ransomware campaign originating from North Korea since 2021.
Ransomware hacks, in which attackers encrypt computer networks and demand payment to make them functional again, have been a growing concern for both the private and public sector since the 90s. But they can be particularly devastating in the healthcare industry, where even minutes of down time can have deadly consequences, and have become ominously frequent.Continue reading...